On Sunday after doing an errand in San Francisco, D. and I tried to go see the Immigrant Yarn Project exhibit at Ft. Point, but the cool stuff to see wasn't wheelchair-accessible, so we had to find something else to do while we were there. We wound up meandering along the northern part of the Presidio toward Torpedo Wharf at Crissy Field, and here are some of the pics I took.
The San Francisco skyline from Ft. Point.
The flag at Ft. Point.
A few of the sailboats on the bay.
A windsurfer enjoys the Bay.
Some impromptu art underfoot in the parking lot.
A gull hangs around hoping for snacks from tourists.
The Golden Gate Bridge is always photogenic.
Pigeon guillemots use their wings to swim underwater to find fish and crustaceans to eat.
A sea lion dives for fish near Torpedo Wharf.
Wild strawberry is one of the many native species planted during the habitat restoration on the area.
Lupine is another native plant.
Clouds thicken overhead and create a halo around the sun as we are leaving.